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Re: ISS Location at 1626Z 8 Nov 2000



at that particular time, the iss was at
32.270 degrees N
13.033 degrees W
altitude of 378.199 km

upper left portion of africa was correct. you may not have had the correct 
offset for your local time to utc set.

73...bruce

> Question is:  Where was ISS location over the planet at 1626Z 8 Nov
> 2000?
> 
> I had tracked it to be over NE North America and one of my students
> visited http://liftoff.msfc.nasa.gov/temp/StationLoc.html and saw it
> over the horn of Africa - interesting.
> 
> I have rechecked my keps and it was current, checked the computer clock
> and the off-set (-8 hrs) for Klamath Falls Oregon for NOVA.  Was
> wondering and want to verify the ISS location during the above time to
> see who was in error.
> 
> Thank you for your time and assistance.
> 
> 73
> Walt Jones
> KC7HEX
> 
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